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Logitech G, ENCE Level-Up Esports Partnership

Finnish organization ENCE has extended its partnership with Logitech G through 2022.

Logitech G, the gaming brand of computer peripherals manufacturer Logitech, has extended its partnership with Finnish organization ENCE, according to Esports Insider.

The deal originally commenced in 2019, and with the extension, it will now continue until the end of 2022.

“It has already been a year since we initiated our partnership with ENCE,” says Henning Christiansson, EMEA esports manager, Logitech G. “From the very beginning, it was clear that both parties shared a similar vision and plans for the future. Since then, we have been able to launch exciting initiatives, such as the ENCE mouse pad for example, which has been a success among all the team’s fans. We are now very excited to extend this relationship between Logitech G and ENCE for another two years and look forward to further strengthening this relationship and working with Ence to help them shine at the highest level.”

“Counter-Strike: Global Offensive,” “Starcraft II,” “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” and League of Legends are rosters currently fielded by ENCE. ENCE also has partnerships with Telia, ASUS ROG, Red Bull, Wolt, Bitfactor, noblechairs and Jimms.fi.

“We are extremely delighted to announce a long-term extension to our partnership with Logitech G today,” says Mika Kuusisto, chief executive officer, ENCE. “We want to make no compromises with the peripherals our players use, and Logitech G provides us with the best tools to keep writing our growing story at ENCE.”

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